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Another view of the extension of 100 Proof to the base of the Brennivin roof routes <br />-photo by Darren Mabe.
Darren setting up for the crux throw of 100 Proof. <br />
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Skipping the anchor of 100 proof, and slabing it up to the base of the Roof routes.  <br />-photo by Darren Mabe.
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By Luke Childers
Jan 27, 2010

This looks so classic, Dave!! How is the sun this time of year? What are the best hours to climb these lines? I've got to go climb this new stuff!!

By Monty
From: Golden, CO
Jan 27, 2010

The wall goes into the sun around 11:30... I think. The roof routes are in the sun earlier. All these routes get a lot of sun during normal climbing season.

By Luke Childers
Jan 27, 2010

Thanks for the info. I can't wait to get on these new lines. You guys have really done a great job!!! Thanks!!

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Skipping the anchor of 100 proof, and slabing it up to the base of the Roof routes.
-photo by Darren Mabe.

Submitted By: Monty on Jan 23, 2010
On this route:
100 Proof (5.12a 7a+ 25 VIII+ 25 E5 6a )
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